A driving force going south on Interstate 15 via each Salt Lake and Utah counties might face 90 minutes price of delays Thursday and Friday, thank you to heavy Memorial Day weekend visitors, the Utah Department of Transportation warns.
Northbound visitors via Davis County might take an additional hour, says UDOT spokesman John Gleason.
UDOT says visitors is expected to get started development on I-15 as early as midday on each days as travelers head out of the city. It advises leaving early in the morning or later in the night.
UDOT expects larger vacation visitors from 1 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday, with the heaviest delays all the way through the night shuttle.
On Monday, returning vacationers are expected to create heavy visitors from nine a.m. to nine p.m. along I-15 south of the Wasatch Front.
UDOT is postponing development initiatives round the state to lend a hand scale back delays. However, current lane restrictions or visitors shifts stay in position in some ares in paintings zones.
• The I-15 generation hall in Lehi. Lanes are shifted for development there, and the pace prohibit is diminished to 60 mph.
• Interstate 70 between I-15 and U.S. 89. It is diminished to one lane in numerous places in that sector. UDOT says drivers will have to plan for 30-minute delays via that development zone.
After the vacation weekend, two new initiatives will impact Wasatch Front drivers. They come with:
• On Tuesday in West Jordan, Bangerter Highway shall be diminished to two lanes from 9000 South to 7800 South. The closure will proceed via July as section of paintings to construct a brand new freeway-style interchange at 9000 South.
• On Wednesday in Tooele County, Interstate 80 shall be diminished to one lane for one week close to its interchange with State Road 201. UDOT recommends the usage of S.R. 201 as another course. Crews are finishing pavement upkeep there as section of a bridge substitute challenge.